Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Kerrits Reimagined: Introducing a New Hunter/Jumper Collection from the Innovative Brand

By Esther Hahn Flattering performance breeches at a palatable price point are surprisingly difficult to find. In a landscape of expensive competition wear—that inevitably increases the rising fees associated with showing—it’s nearly impossible to build...

BackGate is Creating Horse Show Technology for a Cause

BY CATIE STASZAK Dave Conlan is a proud horse show father. He had his daughter Blair on a horse’s back before she could walk, recalling the enjoyment he got out of playing polo for the...

TPH Review: Rider’s Case is Perfect for Cell Phones and More

BY ALLIE CARLSON Riders who spend a lot of time riding on their own either at home or on the trail know the importance of keeping a cell phone with them for safety reasons, but...

BrushBuster: Reimagining a Grooming Classic

BY JESS CLAWSON It would be challenging to find an equestrian who has not brushed a horse. Some of us love it and linger over the routine. Some of us make quick work of it...

Elizabeth Ehrlich is Taking a Unique, All-Natural Approach to Horse Health with Equine...

BY MOLLY SORGE When Elizabeth Ehrlich’s mare, Bella, started showing symptoms of ulcers—pinning her ears while being groomed and becoming spooky and reactive under saddle—in the summer of 2016, she turned to the tried-and-true ulcer...

Pony Suds is More Than Tack Soap

By Jess Clawson Tiny kids are common at horse shows running around with their friends in cute bows and garter straps with adorable ponies. But there is one five year old that goes to horse...

Be Well Turned Out with Arista Equestrian

BY LAUREN MAULDIN Street clothing designs mimic equestrian style season after season for a reason—we’re a fashionable group. But what do riders need in their apparel? Clothes have to be comfortable, durable for long days...

Perfect Holiday Gifts for the Equitation Rider

BY SARA SOMECK ‘Tis the season for prep and conditioning, cold weather, indoor ring rides, hot cocoa, and best of all: presents! It can be very hard to narrow down what to get for horse...

The Clothes Horse: Decades of Excellent Craftsmanship Bring Lifelong Rewards

BY JESS CLAWSON There’s something so elegant about the perfectly turned out horse in a custom cooler. For decades, The Clothes Horse has set the bar for horsewear and is well known for providing the...

TPH Review: EcoVet Fly Spray

BY ALLIE CARLSON As equestrians, we spend more money in search of the next great fly spray than perhaps we should. I have tried everything from homemade concoctions of essential oils to pricey chemical-based options,...

TPH Review: For Horses Apparel

For Horses breeches revolutionizes equestrian sportswear. It’s uncommon for a pair of breeches to provide comfort, style and durability all-in-one. Yet, through creative Italian design and expert chemical textile engineering, For Horses raises the...

Over 100 Years of Trusted Grooming Technology: The Straight Arrow Family of Brands

Straight Arrow Products, Inc., founded by Phillip and Bonnie Katzev in 1970, is proudly owned and operated by second generation, Devon B. Katzev. Phil and Bonnie had a passion for raising and showing Arabian horses,...

Breese Pin Bands: Customizable Options for Medical ID Bracelets and More

BY JESS CLAWSON I love eventing for many reasons: the cross-disciplinary elements that compel us to make our horses both fit and rideable; the exciting nature of cross country; the enormous freedom of expression in...

This One is for the Underdogs – An Autobiography by Jessamy Rouson

BY LINDSEY RAINS I don’t know about you, but I’m a sucker for a good underdog story. Whether it’s a racehorse like Seabiscuit or the story of a rescue horse conquering their fear to carry...

Equestrian Fashion Picks from Decidedly Un-Equestrian Retailers

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN Though I'd prefer to spend most of my days at the barn, real life necessitates that a lot of my time is spent far away from the sound of hooves...

TPH Review: ChuckUms Wraps

BY JESS CLAWSON I live in my barn—literally—and manage the six horses who live in it with me. It’s a great life, but comes with a lot of responsibility. There’s no one else to turn...

Herd of Zebras: A brand with a message

BY ALLIE CARLSON Have you ever felt like a zebra among horses? You almost fit in, but something about you is just a little different? You aren’t alone, and that feeling is exactly what founder Forest Franzoi...

Festive and Spooky Costumes: Celebrate Halloween With Your Horse!

Above: A beautiful princess and her magical unicorn. Photo by Fox Lea Farm. By TPH Intern Izzy Feinstein Halloween is just around the corner. Horse shows are featuring seasonal costume classes for horses and riders, and barns...

Oaklyn Tack Leads the Way to a Sustainable Future with Fleece Girths Made of...

BY JESS CLAWSON Emily Barrett and her twin sister, Laura Santomauro, learned to appreciate horses and nature together. Although their professional paths took different directions, they have merged their skill sets, love of horses, and...

TPH Review: Total Saddle Fit Shoulder Relief Girth

By Betsy Kelley | Above photo by Allison Wallace/Platinum Images Ergonomic girths; does my horse need one? Are they just a fad, or are they the newest innovation in equine comfort? This has been a...

An Capall: The Sun Shirt That Cleans Our Planet and Looks Perfect All...

BY LAUREN MAULDIN Pristine equestrian fashion, ocean cleanup, a mother daughter team living out their dream under the canopy of palm trees. It doesn’t seem like these things should go together, but at An Capall...

TPH TV Review: Horse Power – The Road to the Maclay

BY VYLA CARTER Several months ago, the USEF Network announced they would be releasing Horse Power: The road the Maclay on their website. I was ecstatic and immediately went to watching this 6 episode series...